Women's Health

Practical Prep

Writing a will is on most people’s “I’ll get to that later” list—less than a third of us have one. But creating one now can minimize family fights over who gets what, says Bridget Crawford, Ph.D., a professor of law at Pace University School of Law in White Plains,; for $70 per year duplicates can be stored and information passed on to your designees when you are gone.

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